Fujifilm Launches thier flagship XT4

Posted on 2020-02-27 08:41:00 , by News Service

Fujifilm has launched the upgraded model to their famous XT series the XT4! It is an all new camera that looks retro gorgeous and delivers all the stuff that people had been asking about. If there is any camera company that listens to their customers more, that is Fujifilm for sure. Making a camera that suitable for both photography and videography is no simple task. Like its predecessor the XT4 has a 26 MP sensor and now its even better with the built in IBIS which enables users to get upto 6.5 stops of stability combined with specific Fuji lenses. The flip out variangle screen that Fuji has introduced with XT4 would be a welcome addition to all the vloggers out there. Below are a few details as collected from the Fuji website. The X-T4 is the most powerful X Series camera to date with no compromises for stills or video. Using the 4th generation X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, X-Processor 4, a newly developed compact in-body image stabilization (IBIS) system, new Film Simulation mode “ETERNA Bleach Bypass” and various other features that have evolved based on user feedback, this camera delivers image quality that can satisfy the demands of professional photographers and videographers. For over 85 years, FUJIFILM has continuously evolved and moved with the changes in technology from the analog to digital. At out core, they have constantly looked at how to reproduce colors and developed new ways of representing user creativity. The X-T4 features a new Film Simulation mode, “ETERNA Bleach Bypass,” to give both film and stills a more artistic look, with images having reduced saturation and increased contrast. A professional camera needs to be able to shoot every moment and record it instantaneously. The X-T4 autofocus works as fast as 0.02 seconds and with a burst shooting mode of up to 15 frames per second using the mechanical shutter*, the camera delivers ultra-fast performance and functionality, responding to your desire to capture every split second in the best quality possible. Video courtsey: Art of photography (Youtube)

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